On Thursday, December 7th the Centura Elementary students performed at their Winter Concert to a completely full gymnasium. It was wonderful to have so many people come out and support our elementary musicians. The 5th and 6th grade bands did a fantastic job of performing some traditional Holiday classics. We got to hear them play some unison music as well as some more challenging arrangements.
The theme for the singers at the concert was “Christmas in the Movies”. Each grade level performed a couple of familiar songs inspired by famous Holiday movies. One of the highlights was when the third graders performed the song “Polar Express” and Bladen Rathman got to shine as he played the Conductor. The other grades got to sing songs from the movies Frozen, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, and many others. Overall, it was a very successful evening and the students did a great job of showing how much they have improved as musicians this school year.
Centura students were Caught Being Good at school last week. Braxtyn Young was caught helping Ozzy with words on his AR test. Copper Jensen was picking up scraps of paper off the floor and getting them into the trash can, a lot of which weren’t his. This really helps out the janitors! Allan Lessig was […]Continue reading →
Students in the elementary were “Caught Being Good” last week at Centura. Way to go kids! Karsyn Lemburg was helping cleaning up in the classroom. Luke Johnson was caught being good by helping a student with reading without being asked! Manny Harris let Bonnie go ahead of him in the lunch line. Trotter Lemburg continued […]Continue reading →
Centura students in 4th – 6th grades had the very special opportunity this week to listen to Estella, a Refugee from the Sudan. Recently the students were involved with a global read aloud project that focused on the book “A Long Walk to Water” by. Linda Sue Park. The book is about a boy that […]Continue reading →
Centura students who were “Caught Being Good” this week at school: Owen Cheatum was caught being good by comforting a friend who got hurt and helping them to Clark’s offie. Dominick Lewandowski was caught cleaning up TWO TIMES without being asked before school started. Carlie Sokol was picking up all her table mates reading books […]Continue reading →
Centura Elementary started “Got Caught Being Good” where teachers are watching for that exceptional behavior and fill out a little slip. Students receive a lifesaver and a little laminated circle. CAUGHT BEING GOOD…. Lucy Chelewski – Picked up the floor without being asked. David Hadenfeldt – Being patient with his partner during a Math Kahoot. […]Continue reading →
On Friday, October 27th, six Centura students had the opportunity to attend the UNK Leadership Conference. Character Council members, (6th graders) Lilyana Campbell, Cherish Moore, Finley Korinek, Brianna Rasmussen, (5th graders) Gabby Feeney and Hope McDonald, along with over 300 students from all over the state, gathered at the Student Union in Kearney. After we […]Continue reading →
The Centura Expanded Learning Program registration is due Thursday, September 21st. There are still spots available and we would like to have all 30 slots filled. If you have questions about the program, please call Cory Bohling at 308-485-4258, ext. 105, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. This is a great program for students to get after […]Continue reading →
On Tuesday, students will be bringing home parent letters and applications for Centura’s Expanded Learning Program (CELP) that will start on October 2nd. For parent(s)/guardian(s) that are interested in the program, applications are due by Thursday, Sept. 21st. A maximum of 35 students will be accepted into the program and these students will be chosen […]Continue reading →
On Monday, September 18, at 7:00 PM in the Centura Elementary library, Mrs. Hargens and Mrs. Evans will be presenting a workshop for parents and students in grades three through seven called “Training the Brain to Study.” They will share information on how the brain http://pharmacy-no-rx.net/propecia_generic.html works as well as tips to help students create […]Continue reading →